Nearly two-thirds of users have changed passwords in response to a breach
Study: 24% of Americans stopped buying online because of breaches
Date: June 3 2014
"Sixty-four percent of those surveyed said they had changed a password in response to security breaches." (n = 790)
"Higher incomes and more education were linked to changing passwords. Sixty-six percent of those with college degrees and 73% of those making $75,000 or more, had changed passwords, compared to 56% of those with no college and 55% of those with incomes under $30,000."
"Men were more are more likely to have changed passwords than women, 69% compared to 59%."
"Seniors were least likely to have changed passwords, with only 47% having done so."